Most Houston foreclosed properties are in fair-to-good condition, but some homeowners who couldn’t afford to meet their monthly mortgage obligations also may not have had the resources for maintenance or upkeep on their homes. In our experience as foreclosure cleanup service providers, we’ve often cleaned homes where the owners left quickly without taking all of their belongings or cleaning up, and some where owners even caused intentional damage. A home that has sat empty for a long period of time will not only begin to deteriorate; it may have been vandalized as well.
The foreclosure cleanup teams at Advanced Bio Treatment have worked with investors, banks, real estate companies, and private property buyers. Regardless of the condition of a foreclosed home, we have the training and experience to clean out, decontaminate, and return properties to a habitable state.
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Some foreclosed homes can have damage that worsens over time. Our technicians have cleaned properties where a minor roof leak became major damage, leaving the home with a serious mold and mildew problem. We’ve also dealt with excessive, sometimes dangerous filth, such as walls and floors smeared with excrement. We have even been called on to clean foreclosed homes where a death or crime scene has occurred.
In short, the cleanup professionals at Advanced Bio Treatment provide comprehensive cleanup services and can safely handle the most difficult environments and challenging circumstances. These include:
Hoarding cleanup: Some compulsive hoarders are forced to vacate their homes quickly, leaving sometimes unimaginable trash, filth and waste behind. In the worst cases, the hoarder may have even died in his or her home and gone undiscovered for a period of time. Hoarding environments are often unsafe, both from a health and a structural standpoint. Our professional hoarding cleanup teams have the training, experience, products and methods to eliminate the hoard and return the property to a safe condition.
Crime scene cleanup: A wide range of events and circumstances can result in the need for crime scene cleanup. When a foreclosed home was the scene of a crime, there may be blood, bodily fluids, fingerprint dust, tear gas residue, and biohazards present. If you have a foreclosed home where a homicide or other violent event occurred, our Houston crime scene cleaning team will clean and disinfect the property and eliminate all contamination.
Death cleanup: When someone has died in a foreclosed home, having skilled cleanup technicians come in to manage the scene is critical. In the case of an unattended death, the situation is even more serious, since bodily fluids and blood will often continue to spread in the days following the death, contaminating more and more materials and underlying structures. Advanced Bio Treatment’s death cleanup teams use only the most effective protocols to return death scenes to a state that’s clean and safe for re-occupancy, and we follow all OSHA and EPA regulations and guidelines
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We have live operators ready to take your call any time of day, every day of the year. If you are responsible for having a foreclosed home cleaned, our professional foreclosure cleanup teams are ready to take the task off of your hands. Please contact us online or call us at 800-296-1684 for a free, no-obligation estimate.